Jean-Philippe Rameau (1683 – 1764) was one of the most important French composers and music theorists of the Baroque era. He replaced Jean-Baptiste Lully as the dominant composer of French opera and is also considered the leading French composer for the harpsichord of his time, alongside François Couperin.

Attribué à Joseph Aved, Portrait de Jean-Philippe Rameau (vers Aved Formerly attributed to Jean Siméon Chardin Portret Jean-Philippe Rameau Jean-Philippe Rameau French composer and music theorist of the Baroque era

Jean-Philippe Rameau   Eglise Saint Eustache ou inhumé Rameau

Jean-Philippe Rameau Eglise Saint Eustache ou inhumé Rameau

"Baroque music, a style of music that prevailed during the period from about 1600 to about 1750, is known for its grandiose, dramatic, and energetic spirit but also for its stylistic diversity." From the Encyclopedia Britannica http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/719095/Baroque-music Jean Philippe Rameau  /// Orchestral Suites

The essential of Jean Philippe Rameau - Orchestral Suites. Best Classical Music for lovers.

Rondino by Jean Philippe Rameau | Free Piano Sheet Music - https://thepianostudent.wordpress.com/2009/07/10/free-sheet-music-rondino/

Rondino (Rameau)

Rondino by Jean Philippe Rameau | Free Piano Sheet Music - https://thepianostudent.wordpress.com/2009/07/10/free-sheet-music-rondino/

Le Collège Jean-Philippe RAMEAU à TOURS - Les profs s'énervent !

Le Collège Jean-Philippe RAMEAU à TOURS - Les profs s'énervent !

Rameau: Le Grand Théâtre de l'amour | Jean-Philippe Rameau by Sabine Devieilhe / Ambassadors - Download and listen to the album

Rameau: Le Grand Théâtre de l'amour | Jean-Philippe Rameau by Sabine Devieilhe / Ambassadors - Download and listen to the album

Jean-Philippe Rameau (Dijon, 25 de septiembre de 1683 - París, 12 de septiembre de 1764) fue un compositor, clavecinista y teórico musical francés, muy influyente en la época barroca. Reemplazó a Jean-Baptiste Lully como el compositor dominante de la ópera francesa y fue duramente atacado por aquellos que preferían el estilo de su predecesor

Baroque French composer Jean-Philippe Rameau objecting to a song sung at his bedside while he was dying.

In the 18th century, Baroque dance was not just a social activity, but a performance art in its own right. At a ball, one could see solo dancers or small groups performing for the presence and for the other guests - so it was very important for one's public image to know one's stuff. Here, Baroque dancers Natalie Gal and Uta Gruber perform a tambourin accompanied by Il Giardino Armonico playing one from Jean-Philippe Rameau's Concert No. 3 in A-major.

In the 18th century, Baroque dance was not just a social activity, but a performance art in its own right. At a ball, one could see solo dancers or small groups performing for the presence and for the other guests - so it was very important for one's public image to know one's stuff. Here, Baroque dancers Natalie Gal and Uta Gruber perform a tambourin accompanied by Il Giardino Armonico playing one from Jean-Philippe Rameau's Concert No. 3 in A-major.

Jean-Philippe Rameau - Zaïs - Overture - YouTube

Madame Marie-Louise-Thérèse-Victoire de France by Jean-Marc Nattier France)

Le Collège Jean-Philippe RAMEAU à TOURS - Les profs s'énervent !

Le Collège Jean-Philippe RAMEAU à TOURS - Les profs s'énervent !

1750 French Musette at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London - From the curators' comments: "This type of French bagpipe was known as a musette, and was played in courtly circles from about 1670, with pieces written for it by composers like Jean Philippe Rameau (1683–1764). Together with the cornemuse, a bagpipe with a mouthpiece, it has a much softer and more flute-like sound than the more familiar Scottish version of the instrument."

Musette

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